Kevin Lamb concentrates his practice in the area of Corporate Law which covers the full spectrum of corporate transactions important to businesses in today’s global marketplace. Prior to moving to Florida, Kevin was a partner in a nationally preeminent Boston law firm where he served as Chairman of the firm’s Commercial Law and Corporate Restructuring practice group. With more than 35 years of corporate legal experience across a broad spectrum of industries, his practice includes mergers and acquisitions, corporate transactions and commercial law, corporate governance, corporate restructuring and creditors rights, venture capital and private equity, real estate transactions and senior and subordinated debt financings.
Mr. Lamb is admitted to practice in Florida, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia. He has been listed as a Florida Super Lawyer, a Massachusetts Super Lawyer, as one of the Outstanding Lawyers of America, and in Who’s Who in American Law. Additionally, he has been named as a Top Lawyer of 2018 by Palm Beach Illustrated.
Mr. Lamb currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Palm Beach Day Academy, on the Board of Directors of the Palm Beach Civic Association and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. He is a past Director of the Washington & Lee University Alumni Association, the Angel Forum of Florida, and the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, having served as the organization's President from 2012 - 2014.
- Negotiated and structured the sale of a globally recognized commodities company with original transaction value of approximately $2 billion.
- Represented a nationally known security company in its acquisition by a U.S. based private equity firm; transaction value was approximately $110 million.
- Represented the seller in the sale of a privately held company in the natural products industry to a foreign based global leader in the health and nutrition industry; transaction value was approximately $20 million.
- Represented a multinational corporation in its acquisition out of Chapter 11 of the nation's largest furniture care product and warranty company; transaction value was approximately $20 million.